Business can’t ignore climate change risks

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have released of the latest installment of their report, which shows business can no longer ignore the risks of climate change in their reporting and decision making.

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Business can’t ignore climate change risks

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have released of the latest installment of their report, which shows business can no longer ignore the risks of climate change in their reporting and decision making.

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Dutch coal developments are off the Urgenda

It’s already game over for coal. To meet climate targets, countries must invest in clean energy.

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Dutch coal developments are off the Urgenda

It’s already game over for coal. To meet climate targets, countries must invest in clean energy.

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UK should dig deep on latest coal decision

After a local council hinted they planned to approve the UK’s largest coalmine, the government has waded in.

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UK should dig deep on latest coal decision

After a local council hinted they planned to approve the UK’s largest coalmine, the government has waded in.

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Court orders Massachusetts to do more to reduce emissions

A ruling by Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court this month has shown just how effective citizens’ lawsuits can be.

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Court orders Massachusetts to do more to reduce emissions

A ruling by Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court this month has shown just how effective citizens’ lawsuits can be.

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First step to victory in US climate change litigation

An American NGO has won the first battle in its fight to force the United States to avoid dangerous climate change by cutting its greenhouse gas emissions.

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First step to victory in US climate change litigation

An American NGO has won the first battle in its fight to force the United States to avoid dangerous climate change by cutting its greenhouse gas emissions.

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Strengthen EU fisheries laws to protect Arctic seas

EU fishermen have to keep EU laws in EU waters – they should keep them elsewhere, too.

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Strengthen EU fisheries laws to protect Arctic seas

EU fishermen have to keep EU laws in EU waters – they should keep them elsewhere, too.

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Scottish super-polluter mothballed: last coal power station closes

As the last coal-fired power station in Scotland is closed, we look back over its history and ask whether this really is the end of coal in Scotland.

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Scottish super-polluter mothballed: last coal power station closes

As the last coal-fired power station in Scotland is closed, we look back over its history and ask whether this really is the end of coal in Scotland.

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Ten ways to protect the environment in 2016

After the Road to Paris, the road ahead: here’s how ClientEarth’s putting the law to work for people and planet this year.

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Ten ways to protect the environment in 2016

After the Road to Paris, the road ahead: here’s how ClientEarth’s putting the law to work for people and planet this year.

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The Climate Change Act: Weaknesses must be ironed out

We have a chance to make the Climate Change Act finally do what it was made to: set clear and binding emissions targets across the board. Will MPs seize the chance to support this crucial change?

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The Climate Change Act: Weaknesses must be ironed out

We have a chance to make the Climate Change Act finally do what it was made to: set clear and binding emissions targets across the board. Will MPs seize the chance to support this crucial change?

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UK government’s Energy Bill leaves us in the dark

The government’s energy policy is inconsistent. This is hurting the environment, industry and the consumers.

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UK government’s Energy Bill leaves us in the dark

The government’s energy policy is inconsistent. This is hurting the environment, industry and the consumers.

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UK government’s energy policy is incoherent

The UK government’s recent decision to support a coal to biomass conversion at Lynemouth power plant is yet another clear example of an incoherent energy policy that slashes support for truly clean forms of power generation while subsidising more polluting ones. The

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UK government’s energy policy is incoherent

The UK government’s recent decision to support a coal to biomass conversion at Lynemouth power plant is yet another clear example of an incoherent energy policy that slashes support for truly clean forms of power generation while subsidising more polluting ones. The

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COP21: 10 reasons governments must turn Paris pledges into national law

Environmental lawyers, senior members of the British legal establishment and campaigners have written an open letter in the Times to every world leader, challenging them to guarantee their own Paris pledges will be made law at home, whatever the outcome

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COP21: 10 reasons governments must turn Paris pledges into national law

Environmental lawyers, senior members of the British legal establishment and campaigners have written an open letter in the Times to every world leader, challenging them to guarantee their own Paris pledges will be made law at home, whatever the outcome

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Beyond the budget: 3 thoughts for government

The Committee on Climate Change has just recommended what the fifth carbon budget should be – some thoughts for the government as it considers its decision.

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Beyond the budget: 3 thoughts for government

The Committee on Climate Change has just recommended what the fifth carbon budget should be – some thoughts for the government as it considers its decision.

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Dutch government to re-open Urgenda climate change case

The government said it would appeal the ruling, but has today raised the stakes by saying it wants to re-open the case entirely.

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Dutch government to re-open Urgenda climate change case

The government said it would appeal the ruling, but has today raised the stakes by saying it wants to re-open the case entirely.

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Will Dutch government appeal historic climate ruling? Eight things to know

The Dutch government is debating whether to appeal a historic court order to cut emissions – what you need to know.

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Will Dutch government appeal historic climate ruling? Eight things to know

The Dutch government is debating whether to appeal a historic court order to cut emissions – what you need to know.

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Empowering forest communities to tackle climate change

There has traditionally been insufficient recognition of forest communities’ customary rights. However, upholding these rights could have a great impact on preserving forests and tackling climate change.

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Empowering forest communities to tackle climate change

There has traditionally been insufficient recognition of forest communities’ customary rights. However, upholding these rights could have a great impact on preserving forests and tackling climate change.

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Climate change action makes “cold hard economic sense”

Key players in finance and investment, as well as government ministers, are seeing the economic sense of taking action on climate change.

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Climate change action makes “cold hard economic sense”

Key players in finance and investment, as well as government ministers, are seeing the economic sense of taking action on climate change.

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Why pension fund trustees must consider climate risk

Climate change represents a material risk to pension funds and must be taken into account when investment decisions are made.

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Why pension fund trustees must consider climate risk

Climate change represents a material risk to pension funds and must be taken into account when investment decisions are made.

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The financial sector must consider climate risks

At Climate Finance Day in Paris, key financial players stressed the need to move to a low carbon economy.

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The financial sector must consider climate risks

At Climate Finance Day in Paris, key financial players stressed the need to move to a low carbon economy.

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Regional workshop in Brazzaville: Looking back to go forwards

We went to Brazzaville to talk about our project on forest governance with partners from Gabon, Ghana and the Republic of Congo – find out what happened.

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Regional workshop in Brazzaville: Looking back to go forwards

We went to Brazzaville to talk about our project on forest governance with partners from Gabon, Ghana and the Republic of Congo – find out what happened.

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Gabonese civil society platform elects representatives to protect forests

Gabonese civil society has elected representatives for the platform working on anti-illegal logging pacts known as Voluntary Partnership Agreements.

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Gabonese civil society platform elects representatives to protect forests

Gabonese civil society has elected representatives for the platform working on anti-illegal logging pacts known as Voluntary Partnership Agreements.

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France warned over air pollution on same day as UK told to clean up its act

France has been told to clean up its air, on the same day as Supreme Court judges ruled that the UK must protect people from air pollution.

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France warned over air pollution on same day as UK told to clean up its act

France has been told to clean up its air, on the same day as Supreme Court judges ruled that the UK must protect people from air pollution.

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One step closer to forest benefit sharing in Gabon

Find out how the people we work with in Gabon are pushing for forest benefits to be shared equally.

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One step closer to forest benefit sharing in Gabon

Find out how the people we work with in Gabon are pushing for forest benefits to be shared equally.

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Dutch government in court over climate change – 10 things to know about the Urgenda case

What is the case, who will win, and other questions answered.

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Dutch government in court over climate change – 10 things to know about the Urgenda case

What is the case, who will win, and other questions answered.

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Enforcing the Climate Change Act

What does it mean for a law to be really “binding”? The answer is not as clear as you might think.

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Enforcing the Climate Change Act

What does it mean for a law to be really “binding”? The answer is not as clear as you might think.

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